(0:00 - 0:45) Introduction
(0:46 - 1:30) Key Terms
(1:31 - 3:23) Illustration
(3:24 - 4:38) Example
(4:39 - 5:20) Conclusion
Source: Jocelyn Starkey, Author
The state in which a neuron reaches its Threshold of Excitation and fires, or sends an electrical impulse down the axon.
Small tunnels along a neuron that to pump ions from one side of the cellular membrane to the other, which creates an electrical charge.
The state in which a neuron is not firing or sending a neural impulse and when there is a negative electrical charge inside the neuron.
The level or point at which a neuron fires, or a neural impulse is triggered.